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Weight Watchers Choc Profiterole Desserts

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Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Other Desserts

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      02.02.2009 17:56
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      After sampling what it seems to me to be every Weight Watchers dessert out there I was overjoyed to find a new one in the freezer section.
      The fact that it combines two of my favourite things is of course that extra boost that I needed!

      The dessert I will now review is - "Weight Watchers, chocolate profiteroles desserts"

      These come in standard W.W box with the mandatory purple box. As always there is the obligatory information featured, this being brand name, product name, nutritional information, points value and finally the fact that this is a new product.

      As with the majority of these desserts it is advised to leave them to defrost for at least 10-15 minutes before eating. Usually I tuck straight in and eat the desserts like an ice - cream, this time I had to leave for a few minutes, this is due to the construction of the dessert.

      The desserts cone in there own plastic pot, the idea being that you eat one and leave the other in the freezer for later, not in my house!

      After you peel of the clear film lid you are faced with a truly delightful looking pudding. The dessert is simply a chocolate sponge base with a chocolate mousse on the top. Within the mousse there is a single cream filled profiterole.

      The taste of this is delicious, at no time would you be aware that this is a W.W dessert. The mousse is creamy and light with a delicious chocolate flavour, though not too rich. The base is much richer in taste hence the reason why it is a reasonably thin layer. And finally the profiterole tastes just as it should, a soft and sweet choux pastry case that just oozes when placed into the mouth, yes I do eat them whole and yes I do know I'm a pig!

      The nutritional information is as follows -
      Per dessert,
      185 kcal
      4.2g protein
      29.8g carbohydrate
      21.3g of which sugars
      5.3g fat
      3.0g of which saturates
      Points value (if you are following the W.W diet plan) is 3 ½ points per pot.

      Allergy advice states that this contains gluten, wheat, barely, egg, milk, soya and this may contain nuts.

      These are currently available in Asda for the sum of £1.80 ish, these are not part of the "3 for £2.00" that is running, this is obviously due them being so new.

      For more information visit - www.asda.co.uk

      Thanks for reading x


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